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You never have to move it 30 days. The date change works forwards and backwards -- going from 1 to 31 is 1 day, not 30, and so on. You can also change the date anytime you want, there is no "danger period" as there is with some movements.

I think 1/2 the people in this thread are talking about how to change the date manually, and the other half (and the OP) are talking about when the date changes itself in normal operation.
Good point. I never contemplated the possibility of going back. I was afraid of damaging the movement.
 

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I'd prefer a PO without a display back, it's way too thick with one.


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I look at my watch more for the date than for the time to be honest. The time is literally everywhere, cell phones, computers, cable boxes, stoves, microwaves, etc... it's almost impossible to not know the time just by existing. But the date is something that every now and again I just don't know until I look at my watch.
I am almost the exact opposite: the date on my watch is only correct by happenstance. When I need to know the date, I check my phone.
 
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